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Gary Keller

Gary Keller

Co-founder and Chairman

Keller Williams Realty co-founder and Chairman Gary Keller had a full year in 2013. In March, his productivity book, “The One Thing,” came out and became a New York Times best-seller. In September, Keller Williams claimed the North America agent count throne; a month later it unveiled a new logo and in November it moved all of its 90,000-plus agents to Google’s cloud software. Keller co-founded Keller Williams in Austin, Texas, in 1983. The company began franchising in 1990, and now claims 700 offices and approximately 90,000 associates around the globe. As chairman of the board, Keller helps provide strategic direction for the “agent-centric” company. Keller and his writing team have written five best-selling books: “The One Thing,” “The Millionaire Real Estate Agent,” “The Millionaire Real Estate Investor,” “SHIFT: How Top Real Estate Agents Tackle Tough Times,” and “FLIP: How to Find, Fix, and Sell Houses for Profit.”



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